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The NLC has warned the FG that a strike is imminent unless they meet their demands


The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) is disappointed that the Federal Government hasn’t responded to the union’s demands since the subsidy on gasoline was eliminated four months ago.

The government has had sufficient time to address some of the NLC’s concerns, the group says.

As a result of the country’s current economic situation, the Union is preparing to launch an indefinite strike.

Lecturers are demanding back compensation, a revision of the minimum wage, and repairs to the country’s refineries, among other things.

This ultimatum will expire at the end of this week.

A second meeting between the Union and the Federal Government on Monday resulted in the same impasse.

On Monday, NLC President Joe Ajaero expressed the union’s anger through an appearance on Channels Television.

For the previous four months, the Federal Government has had more than enough time, and even if a commitment is made, the remaining concerns can be settled in the next four days.

“And we hope that the minister [Simon Lalong] will work with us within these next few days to make sure that we resolve the problem,” he said.

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